Monday, February 15, 2010

A "Gazpacho" recipe explained by an anglosaxon cook?

What do you think? Do you make "gazpacho" in the same way?


  1. I think that it's a very refreshing and taste first course, and for the summer it's very good...
    I made "gazpacho" in another way: No red peppers and the onion it's a different variety called "sweet onion", for the rest it's the same good recipe.
    Best regards.

  2. Rocío Rueda said...

    I have never cooked gazpacho because I don't like it!
    I have heard to talk about "gazpacho andaluz" and "gazpacho manchego".
    In this case, the recipe is gazpacho andaluz, very typical Spanish food in the summer.
    The "manchego" is very different.
    But seeing how to cook this gazpacho, it seems very easy!


  3. Hello!
    In fact, I love "gazpacho" but I don't know how to cook it. When I go to visit my parents, my mother cooks it for me and I can say that it's really delicious. Anyway, my mother doesn't add red wine, because I am always in the kitchen when she is cooking the "gazpacho". She used the same ingredients excepting the red wine.

    But I find that it's a nice way to explain the gazpacho recipe.